Pennywise (album)

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Pennywise
Pennywise - Pennywise cover.jpg
Studio album by Pennywise
Released October 22, 1991
Recorded 1991 at Westbeach Recorders in Hollywood, California
Genre Punk rock, melodic hardcore, skate punk
Length 31:32
Label Epitaph
Producer Pennywise
Pennywise chronology
Wildcard
(EP)
(1989)
Pennywise
(1991)
A Word from the Wise/Wildcard
(1992)
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Pennywise is the self-titled debut album by the punk band Pennywise, released on Epitaph Records on October 22, 1991.

Writing and production[edit]

Writing for the first Pennywise album began around 1989/1990. The band recorded it in 1991 at Westbeach Recorders in Hollywood, California.

Reception[edit]

Pennywise was released on October 22, 1991, and was the band's first album distributed via Epitaph Records. This self-titled debut made some impact upon its 1991 release, helping to re-establish the Southern Californian punk rock scene.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Pennywise.

No. Title Length
1. "Wouldn't It Be Nice" 2:06
2. "Rules" 1:25
3. "The Secret" 3:33
4. "Living For Today" 3:07
5. "Homeless" 2:09
6. "Open Door" 1:40
7. "Pennywise" 1:37
8. "Who's to Blame" 1:35
9. "Fun and Games" 2:32
10. "Kodiak" 1:46
11. "Side One" 2:10
12. "No Reason Why" 2:36
13. "Bro Hymn" 3:00
Total length: 31:22

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